Eagles Nest

Brooyar State Forest

A short walk to a similar lookout to Point Pure, with its sandstone cliffs and views over hoop pine plantations and mature rainforest with emergent hoop pines.
Also a good place for some rock climbing and abseiling, if you're into that, or just watch the fun.

4WD Required
Dogs Permitted
Camping Permitted
Eucalypt Forest
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there:

The Brooyar State Forest map page from the link below shows three access points. From the south turning off the Gympie Woolooga Road onto Diggins Road that becomes Greendale Road and signposted left just beyond the Glastonbury Creek Camping Area.

From the north off the Wide Bay Highway onto Petersen Road or further along onto Reid Road, again signposted at the junctions.

All these roads are unsealed and can be driven by 2WD vehicles, but a 4WD is recommended. A small car park is located at the start of the lookout track.


Brooyar State Forest

Route/Trail notes:

From the car park, the walk is a short track to a lookout platform.

A track also leads off from the left of the lookout to the bottom of the cliff. This is the access route for the climbing Crag. Please be respectful of the climbers and don't attempt to climb without the proper equipment and training. 



Other References/Comments:

Further details on climbing and abseiling - Brooyar Climbing and Abseiling

Camping is available at Glastonbury Creek and can be booked from the Brooyar State Forest link above.

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Great views over forestry & plenty of abseiling points

Greg on 5 Nov, 2022

Cool lookout

simon.miller306@gmail.com on 17 Jun, 2022

The fun part is watching the intrepid abseilers disappear over the cliff edge to the bottom some 75m below on any one of the 26 points.

F.A.B. on 3 Oct, 2020

Beautiful view

Shell on Aug, 2016

Great spot to watch the sunset after a day of rock climbing

Pardo on 1 Aug, 2015

Worth the check out when driving through Brooya or camping at Glastonbury camp ground.

J on 13 Sep, 2014

Super short walk, nice views.

NerdTrails on 23 Apr, 2014

lol , says easy . but wait till you climb the cliffs

pkym on 24 Jan, 2014

A great view to Mt Eerwah!

Laurence Hallam on 20 Mar, 2010

OK lookout... nice to do a rock climb!

Richard Mason on 11 Apr, 2009

Not sure it counts as a bush walk, but it was listed so why not. Climbing access, views are ok.

B_T on Sometime...


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